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Indeed, there are countless examples of growth companies that generated impressive increases in earnings per share for a sustained period while operating cash flow was negative or negligible before suffering catastrophic earnings disappointments, costing shareholders billions of dollars in losses.
The calculation of operating cash flow has been refined in response to comments on tax-exempt interest and capital expenditures.
Two measures used by bankers to determine an entity's ability to repay its debt are the ratio of retained operating cash flow to total debt and the ratio of retained operating cash flow to current maturities of debt.
77 billion of operating cash flow for common shareholders in 2006.
A look at the magazine publishing segment follows: FINDINGS AT A GLANCE: For magazine publishing, return on asset figures for both operating income and operating cash flow were the highest since 1990, clearly the best of the last four years.
Southwest's ratings reflect the low-fare carrier's demonstrated ability to consistently deliver industry-leading margins and sufficient levels of operating cash flow to meet heavy aircraft capital spending commitments without driving leverage higher.
Over the last four fiscal years, SEMO reinvested approximately $99 million into plant, property, and equipment, of which $60 million has been funded through operating cash flow.
The Company's operating cash flow (earnings before corporate expenses, depreciation and amortization, other income, interest and taxes) increased $1,054,000, or 63% ($602,000, or 29% on a adjusted comparative basis), for the quarter.